Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: British Columbia
It sounds to me like you're not getting enough calories.
An egg for breakfast is 70 calories, toast is 200 calories at most.
A soup serving is rarely more than 200 calories, lara bars are around 200, cliff bars the same or less.
Toast or fruit, again, no more than 200 calories so let's see...
From what you've told us you're getting 470 - 600 calories before your dinner. Even if your dinners came out at 500 - 600 calories you're still at 970 - 1000 calories, under the daily MINIMUM of 1200 calories for someone who is actively trying to lose body fat.
Let's look at it this way, you have your 'BMR' which is the number of calories burned lying in bed all day doing nothing. For myself at 5'0 and 115 pounds my BMR is about 1400 calories a day, if I eat less than that I am physically starving my body. I'm a small person, at 17 years old and doing any kind of exercise / walking around I guarantee you your body needs at least 1500 - 2000 calories a day just to function without gaining / losing weight, just to maintain.
Speaking from experience here I bet if you were to start eating larger, balanced meals your problems would ease up a little. I was desperate to lose weight last year, eventually found myself eating 400 - 900 calories a day. I had no energy, bruised easily, my bones were weak, I had no strength, was exhausted after any physical exertion, couldn't ride my horse. Sound a bit familiar? If you're not eating MUCH more than you've described here you are starving your body of the calories it needs, and it will have even more drastic effects in the long run.
I really encourage you to see a doctor and a nutritionist, and sincerely hope there are no underlying issues.
I would start including good nutrient rich foods in high quantities to get yourself back on track.